OSU Today

Monday, May 16, 2016

Today in the News Media

Today in the News Media is a synopsis of some of the most prominent coverage of OSU people and programs. Inclusion of any item constitutes neither an endorsement nor a critique, but rather is intended only to make the OSU community aware of significant items in the media.

Independence for Oregon’s universities viewed as a success, so far (Oregonian)

Up Oregon 99W in Corvallis, Oregon State President Ed Ray said he was the last man in the state to support the idea of a new board. Ray, who worked for years as The Ohio State University’s provost before taking over in Corvallis in 2003, worried the system in Oregon would become “politicized.” He watched that happen in Ohio, where the trustees’ gig became a feather in the cap for big donors who pined for bowl game tickets and other perks. While it’s early, Ray said those concerns are so far unfounded. He said the university’s new board is so plugged into the minutiae and funding issues at OSU that he’s had to make sure he was up to date on little details of various projects and issues.

Ancient stone tools are ‘best’ evidence yet for early people of the Americas (Science)

Other archaeologists who study Paleoindians are impressed by the team’s rigor. When it comes to proving pre-Clovis occupation at a site, “the bar is still very high for me,” says Loren Davis, an archaeologist at Oregon State University, Corvallis, who wasn’t involved in the research.

‘I’ll Go With You’ button creates transgender allies in Oregon State University bathrooms, classrooms (Oregonian)

There’s a new button showing up on shirts and backpacks at Oregon State University with a hashtag and a simple phrase: “I’ll Go With You.” The button serves as a badge of support for transgender students and a call to make gender-specific bathrooms a more comfortable place for transgender and gender-nonconforming people.

Da Vinci Days returns with focus on Latino community, younger students (Gazette-Times)

Mexican folk dancers stomped their heals and cowboys rode horses in the courtyard outside of the Centro Cultural Cesar Chavez while a hundred feet away elementary students showed off their own computer games inside the Beth Ray Center. And just like that, the da Vinci Days Festival was back.

OSU, federal initiative may join forces to study microbiome (LIFE@OSU)

Researchers at OSU may play a significant role in a new, $121 million science initiative announced May 13 by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy – a broad new national study of the microbiome, the communities of microorganisms that live on and in people, plants, soil, oceans and the atmosphere.

The White House launches the National Microbiome Initiative (The Atlantic)

Today, the White House is announcing the launch of the National Microbiome Initiative (NMI)—an ambitious plan to better understand the microbes that live in humans, other animals, crops, soils, oceans, and more. These miniscule organisms are attracting mammoth budgets: federal agencies are committing $121 million to the NMI over the next two years, while more than 100 universities, non-profits, and companies are chipping in another $400 million. (see also Newsweek, TimeCBS)

Top 20 U.S. robotics engineering schools in the U.S. (Grad School Hub)

4. Oregon State University. At Oregon State University, there are no exceptions or specializations necessary, and the College of Engineering takes a direct academic approach by offering two straightforward programs: a Master’s Degree in Robotics and a Doctorate Degree in Robotics. But don’t mistake this streamlined system as evidence of a lack of variety – far from it! Graduate students at OSU have the option to apply to a Ph.D., M.S., or M.Eng robotics engineering degree program, or even to take on a double major with a more traditional field like computer science. And although the university’s research program is similarly versatile, its pride and joy is the Robot Operating System. This “open-source framework for writing robot software” is the collective effort of hundreds of robotics experts – and is free to download.

Hazardous chemicals pose secret threat to Texas neighbors (Kansas City Star)

“There’s 1,200 chemical pesticides out there, and I’d put this one at the top of the list of things that scare me,” said Dave Stone, an environmental toxicologist and former director of the National Pesticide Information Center at Oregon State University. The A&M analysis does not measure the risk of an accident happening, where a problem is likely to occur or the safety of the operations at a given facility.

Hawaii is at risk of a devastating tsunami: Is the state prepared? (Tech Times)

Paleo-seismologist Chris Goldfinger of Oregon State University, who had confirmed in a past study that this can also happen in the Pacific Northwest, says the occurrence would be equivalent to five or six Hurricane Katrinas pouring down all at once.

Da Vinci Days resumes today (Register-Guard)

The first major event in the revived Da Vinci Days festival is today on the Oregon State University campus The festival, which featured limited events after its 25th anniversary in 2013 because of financial problems. is hosting “El Vecindario Creativo” (“The Creative Neighborhood”) from 2-6 p.m. at the Centro Cultural Cesar Chavez and the Beth Ray Center for Academic Success. Both venues are on Southwest 26th Street.

Spray season arrives with fewer planes in the air (Argus Observer)

Fewer than 10 percent of pesticide products used locally are being applied by plane, estimates Oregon State University extension office agent Bill Buhrig.

US lawmakers announce $70 million for renewable energy research (Eurasia Review)

Oregon’s Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden announced Friday that the Energy and Water Appropriations bill that passed the Senate this week includes $70 million for wave and geothermal energy research grants. Oregon State University (OSU), as a leader in wave and geothermal energy research, will be well-positioned to compete for these funds.

Birdhouses built to suit (Register-Guard)

According to the Oregon State University Extension Service, some 45 species of Oregon birds excavate nesting holes. Common cavity nesters are woodpeckers, swallows, chickadees, nuthatches, wrens, bluebirds and larger birds such as some ducks and owls.

Stripe rust detected early from Eastern Idaho to Eastern Oregon (Capital Press)

Stripe rust in wheat has been an intermittent problem in Eastern Oregon and the last two years it arrived late enough in the season that most growers decided not to treat for it, said Bill Buhrig, an Oregon State University Extension cropping systems agent.

Grapefruit: Health benefits & nutrition facts (Live Science)

“Vitamin C is plays a role in immunity and helps neutralize free radicals in our body,” said Rumsey. According to the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University, vitamin C stimulates the production of white blood cells and may protect the integrity of immune cells. Vitamin C helps also protect leukocytes, which produces antiviral substances.

Today

Open Forum: May 16, Candidate for Associate Dean/Director for Research, College of Forestry: Our second candidate, Charles Goebel, will present on the topic of “Forestry Research in the 21st Century … Challenges and Opportunities for the Land Grant University” on Monday, May 16 at 9 a.m. in Richardson 107. The 30 minute presentation will be followed by Q&A, all are welcome to attend. More information is available at http://deansoffice.forestry.oregonstate.edu/search-associate-deandirector-research. For accommodations related to disability, please contact Adrienne.Wonhof@oregonstate.edu, 541-737-4279.

Integrative Biology Seminar Series: Eric Archer, Geneticist, Marine Mammal and Turtle Division, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA, will give a seminar on “Acoustic and genetic evidence for population structure in North Pacific fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus).” He will speak on May 16, from 3:30 to 4:30 pm in ALS 4001.

NEW! On Killing and Dying: The Emotional Geographies of First World War Airmen— Janet Lee, 2015-16 Center for the Humanities Research Fellow and Professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at OSU, will discuss letters and diaries written by British Royal Flying Corps airmen who faced action on the Western Front to show the way visual geographies of aerial combat shaped their emotional worlds and their relationships with one another. Monday, May 16, 4 p.m., Autzen House, 811 S.W. Jefferson Ave.

Immigration and American Politics: Three Perspectives on Past Policies and Practices: Panel discussion presented by Elizabeth Borgwardt, Christopher McKnight Nichols and Daniel J. Tichenor. 7-8:30 p.m., Monday, May 16. Oregon Historical Society, 1200 S.W. Park Ave. Portland.

North Clackamas Community Choir: Chanties of the Sea, featuring the OSU Meistersingers. Milwaukie Lutheran Church, 3810 SE Lake Road, Milwaukie. Monday, May 16 at 7 p.m. Tickets: $10 adults, $5 seniors, $15 family (up to 5 people). Information: bakerchoir.com

Upcoming events

NEW! College of Forestry, Forest Science Complex Final Design Open House: Dean Maness invites you to stop by Richardson Hall 107 anytime between 2-4 p.m., May 18 to see, talk, and ask questions about the near-final design plans for our new Peavy Hall and Advanced Wood Products Laboratory. Lead architect, Michael Green, will be presenting visuals and video of the complex at three different times — 2, 3 and 4 p.m. Time following each presentation will be available to look at drawings of the new buildings, see the models, and informally interact with key members of the design and project teams.  

NEW! OSU Wind Symphony and Wind Ensemble: World premiere of The Forest Symphony by Paul D. Miller (a.k.a. DJ Spooky). Wednesday, May 18 at 7:30 p.m., The LaSells Stewart Center, 875 SW 26th St, Corvallis. Tickets $7 advance, $10 door, OSU Students Free with ID.

NEW! Retirement Celebration for Associate Vice President for Research Rich Holdren and Executive Assistant Debbie Delmore: You are invited to a reception to honor Rich and Debbie for their years of service to the Research Office and OSU. Please join us on Wednesday, June 1 from 430 – 630 p.m., in the MU Lounge for a wine and cheese reception. Child-friendly goodies will be available as well. TO RSVP: http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1Uq5mWTbZkNSC0Z

OSUsed Store Public Sales: The OSUsed Store is open for its weekly public sales Tuesday 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Friday noon to 3 p.m. at 644 S.W. 13th. Personal purchases must be made during public sales. Staff may shop for their department 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. More information on our website.

Celebrating FIRST! The significance of being FIRST: an event for first-generation undergraduate and graduate students. There’s something special about being FIRST in college. We want to celebrate your resilience, your courage and your perseverance. Be inspired by stories from OSU’s first-generation students and share your stories. May 17, 5 -7 p.m., Native American Longhouse.  Refreshments will be served. For more information, please contact Janet Ekholm at janet.ekholm@oregonstate.edu. Accommodations: 541-737-5105. Sponsored by the Division of Undergraduate Studies.

Group sessions with President Ray: Two small group sessions with President Ray and faculty (academic, research and professional) are scheduled from May 18 from 11 a.m.-noon and May 31 from 1-2 p.m. This is an opportunity for the President to hear what faculty are thinking and experiencing; faculty are encouraged to speak freely. If you’d like an issue clarified, or wish to confirm a rumor, this is the place to do it! If you wish to attend, please send a message to vickie.nunnemaker@oregonstate.edu and include your name, email address, phone number, and unit. When responding, please enter ‘Faculty Sessions’ in the subject line.

Henthorne retirement: A high tea retirement reception honoring MU Director Michael Henthorne will take place at 3 p.m., June 8, in the MU Main Lounge. Those unable to attend can send a short message or video to mursvp@oregonstate.edu

Lectures and Webinars

NEW! School of Psychological Science Spring Colloquium: Heather Feldner  in Physical Therapy will speak on “UIC Power/Wheels: Mobility technology provision, early use, and the experiences of children and families.” May 18, noon – 1 p.m., Reed Lodge 111.

NEW! Native Speaker- Samantha Chisholm Hatfield: Samantha Chisholm Hatfield will give a speech about traditional ecological knowledge that bridges sustainability and cultural practice. May 18, 6 p.m., Native American Longhouse- Eena Haws.

NEW! Nepal earthquake talk: As part of the da Vinci Days Festival STEAM speaker series, School of Civil and Construction Engineering faculty member Ben Mason will present “Timely Lessons for Oregonians from the 2015 Nepal Earthquake,” on Wednesday, May 18 at 6 p.m., 2Towns Cider House, 33930 S.E. Eastgate Circle. The festival is a celebration of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM). Typically held in mid-summer, this year’s re-invented festival will hold events in both May and July. All da Vinci Days events are free and open to the public.

NEW! Visiting Artists and Scholars Lecture Series: Michelle Grabner: Michelle Grabner is an artist, writer, curator and chair of the department of painting and drawing at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. She holds an MA in art history with a BFA in painting from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as an MFA in art theory and practice from Northwestern. She is represented by James Cohen Gallery in New York and Anne Mosseri-Marlio Galerie in Basel, Switzerland. Wednesday, May 18 at 6 p.m. reception and 7 p.m. lecture. Fairbanks Gallery, Free. oregonstate.edu/fairbanksgallery

NEW! What Volcanologists Have Learned Since Mount St. Helens: At the May 19 meeting of Triad, OSU’s faculty and staff club, Shan de Silva of the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences will discuss recent insights into volcanoes. The meeting will begin at noon in the Linus Pauling Science Center, room 402. The public is welcome to attend free of charge. An optional catered lunch is available for $13. Contact University Events by Monday, May 16 to reserve a lunch or to secure your spot, 541-737-0724.

NEW! Distinguished Professor Lectures, May 24:  Join Peter Clark, Distinguished Professor of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences at 9:30 a.m. for his lecture entitled “Sea Level Rise Due to Global Warming: Next 100 To 10,000 Years” and at 2 p.m. join Margaret Burnett, Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science for her lecture entitled “Womenomics and Gender-Inclusive Software: What Software Practitioners Need to Know.  Both lectures will be  held in the MU Horizon Room.

Launch of the Global Activity Database. Join Mark Hoffman, Vice Provost for International Programs, for a Q&A regarding the launch of the Global Activity Database on May 17, 10:30  – 11:30 a.m., in MU 206. The Database is an online, searchable tool that connects faculty, staff, and graduate students based on their international expertise, research interests, and more. Please bring a laptop or tablet, if able. Light refreshments provided.

Upcoming Socratic Club debate: “Can God be Proven?” is the subject of  a friendly debate between three student members each of the OSU Socratic Club and the OSU Advocates for Freethought and Skepticism.  The debate, free and open to everyone, will begin at 7 p.m., Tuesday, May 17 in the C & E Auditorium of The LaSells Stewart Center.  It will be live streamed at  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUloG1TYVNA

Board of Trustees: The Finance & Administration Committee of the Oregon State University Board of Trustees will meet to consider quarterly management and investment reports from 3:30-4:30 p.m., May 24, in the President’s Conference Room, Kerr 650. Open to the public. The agenda and meeting materials will be posted as they are available at http://oregonstate.edu/leadership/trustees/meetings. The public can listen to the meetings by calling the toll-free number listed on the agendas. If special accommodation is required, please contact Marcia Stuart at (541) 737-3449 or marcia.stuart@oregonstate.edu at least 72 hours in advance.

Tom McCall Lecture: Representative Peter DeFazio will give this year’s Governor Tom McCall Lecture:  The Future of Our Representative Democracy  on June 1, 7 p.m., LaSells Stewart Center C&E Hall.  Our representative democracy is under pressure from a variety of negative factors, DeFazio will discuss these challenges, how they impact our country, and the ways in which citizens can take action to safeguard our democracy and strengthen our political institutions.

News for Employees

2016 BEE Spring Photo ContestBEE Around the World: Capturing Engineers in Action. Submission deadline: May 16. Winners will be announced at the Spring Banquet on May 26. Visit the BEE site for all the details and to submit your photo. 1st place prize is a Polaroid Cube with Water proof case and 32 GB memory card.

Nominations being accepted through June 1 for the annual WIC Culture of Writing Awards in the Disciplines:  The Writing Intensive Curriculum Program invites colleges, schools, departments, and units to select and nominate their best undergraduate paper(s) from the past year.  This is an excellent way to honor top students and help create a strong culture of writing excellence at OSU.  Besides recognition in their discipline, across the University, and throughout the state, winning students receive $100 deposited to their student account, $50 from the WIC Program and $50 from the nominating unit.  For more information and a nomination form, visit:  http://wic.oregonstate.edu/culture-writing-awards.

Sustainability Fellows: Develop your sustainability leadership skills as a Sustainability Fellow, working with a campus department or community organization on a project or completing a research project with a faculty mentor. If you have an idea for a project, talk to your department about applying to host a Fellow. The priority deadline for Research and Host Site applications is May 26. Project site applications will be open for students to apply June 1. Visit the SSI website for more information: http://sli.oregonstate.edu/ssi/resources/fellowships

Oregon NASA Space Grant Scholarships and Fellowships Available: The Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium (OSGC) is pleased to offer scholarships and fellowships for community college and undergraduate students in the STEM fields and graduate students enrolled in an MAT program in STEM education. Scholarships and fellowships are open to students attending OSGC member institutions. Application deadline is May 20. For more information go to: http://spacegrant.oregonstate.edu/scholarships.

Traffic and Maintenance

Snell Hall: Due to renovations related to staff relocations from Peavy Hall, Snell Hall will experience contractor congestion and noise over the next several weeks.  The bulk of the initial work will be taking place from 6 p.m. to 4 a.m. each night to limit the impact to building occupants.  However, the majority of the renovation will be during regular business hours starting in a couple of weeks.  This will mainly be finish work and should not create too much noise.

Jobs

To apply for the below positions, visit http://oregonstate.edu/jobs unless otherwise specified.

Job postings: Oregon State University is transitioning to a new jobs website. During the transition, there are two different locations to search job postings, depending on the date that the job was posted. If you visit http://oregonstate.edu/jobs you’ll have access to both sites for your search.

Peer Wellness Specialist-Health Educator:  Student Health Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Peer Wellness Specialist. Posting #P00286UF.  Closes May 16.

 Director for the Austin Entrepreneurship Program– The College of Business invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, Director for the Austin Entrepreneurship Program.  Posting # P00172UF.  Closes May 16.

Writer- News and Research – The News & Research Communication Department is seeking a News and Research Writer. This is a full-time 1.0 FTE, 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Associate Vice President. Posting # P00264UF. Closes May 16.

Refrigeration Mechanic: Facilities Services invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE)  Refrigeration Mechanic position. Posting #P00076CT. Closes May 16.

Program Representative 1 – The Office of Global Opportunities invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Program Representative 1 position. Posting #P00224CT. Closes May 17.

College of Veterinary Medicine’s Teaching Hospital is seeking applicants for three 12-month limited duration, full-time Medical Aide position for the large and small animal reception areas. Required qualifications include six months providing support in a health care facility. Posting # P00144CT. Closes May 19.

Office Specialist 2 – Seed Certification invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, Office Specialist 2 position.  Posting  #P00244CT. Closes May 20.

Academic Advisor  – The College of Forestry invites applications for a part time (.75 FTE), 12-month position as Academic Advisor.  Posting #P00276UF.  Closes May 22.

Academic Advisor & Ambassador Coordinator  The College of Forestry invites applications for a part time (.75 FTE), 12-month position as Academic Advisor & Ambassador Coordinator.  Posting #P00284UF.  Closes May 22.

Summer Session Marketing Program Manager – OSU Extended Campus invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) Summer Session Marketing Program Manager. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Director. Posting #P00178UF. Closes May 22.

NEW! Education Program Assistant 1 – The College of Public Health and Human Sciences located in the Josephine County Extension office invites applications for one part-time 0.75 FTE (approximately 30 hours per week), appointment as an Education Program Assistant 1.  Closes May 23.

Accountant 1The University Administration Business Center invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Accountant 1, 2 position. Posting # P00235CT.  Closes May 23.

Coordinator for External Engagement – The College of Business invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, Coordinator for External Engagement.  Posting # P00235UF.  Closes May 23.

Administrative Program Specialist: Capital Planning and Development invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, Administrative Program Specialist position. Posting #P00237CT closes May 23.

Wellness Specialist-Health Educator:  Student Health Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Wellness Specialist. Posting #P00272UF.  Closes May 24.

NEW! Violence Prevention Specialist:  Student Health Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Violence Prevention Specialist. Posting #P00316UF.  For Full Consideration apply by May 26. Recruitment closes June 13.

Program Representative 1, Enterprise Risk Services at Oregon State University. F/T, starting at $ 3083/monthly + benefits. Major duties include Claims Management to include receiving, investigating and monitoring property and casualty claims and Data Entry/Recordkeeping. Posting # P00227CT. Closes May 27. 

Library Technician 3 – The Valley Library invites applications for full-time (1.00F FTE), 12-month Library Technician 3 position. This positon processes serials (print & electronic) invoices and credits for payment, communicates with vendors and publishers, and assists in revising and updating the online catalog to maintain the integrity of serial records. Posting #P00234CT. Closes May 27.

Administrative Program Assistant – Seed Certification invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, Administrative Program Assistant position.  Posting #P00233CT. Closes May 27.

Info Technology Consultant -This recruitment will be used to fill one full-time Information Technology Consultant 1 position in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University (OSU). Posting#P00229CT. Closes May 27.

Medical Lab Technologist:  Student Health Services invites applications for a part-time (0.5 FTE), 9-month, Medical Lab Technologist. Posting #P00208CT.  Closes May 27.

NEW! Medical Laboratory Technologist:  Student Health Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Medical Lab Technologist. Posting #P00246CT.  For Full Consideration apply by May 28. Recruitment closes June 13.

Statistics Instructor: Oregon State University (OSU) – Cascades, in Bend, Oregon invites applications for 1 full-time position between (.50 and 1.0 FTE) 9 month salary position. Posting# P00307UF. Closes May 31.

Mathematics Instructor: The Division of Arts and Sciences at Oregon State University (OSU) – Cascades in Bend, Oregon invites applications for 1 full -time position between (.50 and 1.0 FTE) 9 month salary position. Posting# P00308UF. Closes May 31.

Temp Bio Science Research Worker Malheur County Extension invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), temporary (approximately 1 year), Biological Sciences Research position. Posting # P00142CT. Closes June 1.

Student Advocate– Office of Student Life invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Office of Advocacy Student Advocate position. Posting #P00301UF. June 6.

Dir – Strategic Partnerships – The College of Engineering invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, Director of Strategic Partnerships.  Posting # P00306UF.  For full consideration apply by June 15.  Closes Aug. 1.

This recruitment will be used to fill one part-time (.75 FTE) intermittent Food Service Worker 1 position for the Oregon 4H Conference and Education center at Oregon State University (OSU). This position will be located in rural Salem, Oregon. Posting # P00090CT. Closes June 30.

Faculty Research Assistant.  The Department of Microbiology invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed-term position in a molecular microbiology research laboratory.  The duties of this position include testing new antibiotics in mouse models of infection, and in standard clinical laboratory assays.  Applicants must have research laboratory experience working with research animals (preferably mice), and pathogenic bacteria. Applications accepted through July 5. https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/24786

 The Oregon 4-H Conference and Education Center is hiring temp seasonal lifeguards. The lifeguard position maintains constant surveillance of swimmers or canoers, monitors activities, provides instructions, helps prevent accidents; provides general information on waterfront operations to guests; cautions swimmers and canoers regarding unsafe practices and safety hazards; enforces waterfront rules and regulations; responds to all illness and injury incidents around the waterfront facilities immediately and appropriately. Please send resume to elaine.laizure@oregonstate.edu

Administrative Assistant / Communications & Stewardship and Annual Giving Programs: The OSU Foundation is looking for a top-notch administrative professional to help keep our functions running efficiently, look for new ways to lend support, increase productivity and create improvements.  Reporting to the Executive Assistant to the Executive Vice President, this position provides administrative assistance and support to the Foundation’s Communications & Stewardship and Annual Giving programs.  The OSU Foundation offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits.  The Foundation strives to be a Best Place to Work employer and is an advocate of employee fitness and wellness.  To apply, visit the OSU Foundation website at http://www.osufoundation.org/s/359/foundation/index.aspx?sid=359&gid=34&pgid=5251

Student Worker, Special Events: (Part-time student employment) This opportunity reports to the Associate Director of Special Events and gives students a chance to develop experience, knowledge and skills to implement higher education fundraising sponsored events by providing administrative and general support to the Special Events team.  If you are interested in applying to this student position, please visit the OSU Foundation website at http://www.osufoundation.org/s/359/foundation/index.aspx?sid=359&gid=34&pgid=5202. Up to 20 hrs/week. Some evenings/weekends. Must possess valid Oregon Driver’s License.

Weather

Corvallis: “Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” ~ Harriet Tubman. Decreasing clouds, high of 66, low of 44. Sunny tomorrow.

Central Oregon: Slight chance of showers, high of 62, low of 41. Sunny tomorrow.

Newport: Slight chance of showers, high of 58, low of 47. Partly sunny tomorrow.

Statewide: For OSU employees around the state, find your local forecast here: http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/pqr/

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